Thanks to KCL Mary for emailing us about hosting a Superbowl party! She explained to us that she just found out she is hosting the Superbowl at her house, and she is looking for last minute ideas that are KCL Budget Approved.
Here is a round up of the best “pre-made” prices for things like pizza, appetizers and soda.:
DiGiorno 12″ Frozen Pizza $3.97
Use the $1/1 from 1/24
Final price: $2.97
Red Baron Pizza $3.33
If this kind is included:
$1.00/1 – Red Baron Singles Pizza – (coupons.com)
$1/1 from 12/6
Final price: $2.33
Tyson Chicken (Buffalo Hot Wings, Grilled Chicken & more) $6.99
Use the $1/1 from 1/3, 1/24
Final price: $5.99
Reser's Chip Dip 10/$10.00
Buy 2 DiGiorno Pizzas or California Pizza Ktichen Pizzas $4.99 each
Get 4 Coca-Cola 12 Packs for $2.25 each
Use the $1/1 DiGiorno from 1/24
Final Price: $3.99 each for the pizza, $2.25 each for the soda
Buy 2 Tostitos Chips $2.50 each ($5.00)
Buy 2 Tostitos Dips (one 15.5-16 oz dip will be free) ($3.00)
Buy 2 bags, Get a FREE Tostitos Dip, 15.5-16 oz
Use 2 $1.00/2 – Tostitos Chips And Frito Lay Dip, TARGET – (target.com) (-$2.00)
and Use 2 $0.55/2 – Tostitos Chips & Dip from SS 1/17
or use 2 $2.00/2 – Tostitos Chips & Dip tearpad* manufacturer coupon for purchase on eBay (-$4.00)
Final Price: as low as $2.00 for everything, or $0.50 per item!
Pepsi or 7-UP 12 pack $2.66 each, when you buy 3
Mission Soft taco, Flour Tortillas $0.99
Use the $.75/1 from 1/10
Final Price: $0.24
TGI Fridays Party Size Appetizers $5.99
While this list is great for the procrastinator, I think it may be cheaper to make a lot of this yourself. Take pizzas, for example, you can buy dough at Winco by the cheese and deli meat for about $2 – $3 per bag (one bag = one pizza). I sure you all have Spaghetti Sauce and Cheese… so just buy some veggies and pepperoni, and you’ve got yourself a cheap and yummy pizza! Plus, these are a lot bigger than the frozen varieties. Another idea, would be Quesadillas with cheap Mission Tortillas &Cheese (even Chicken & Veggies if you want)!
For more ideas check out Joanie’s Krazy In the Kitchen post from last week, where she gave some awesome ideas for Superbowl Treats! (And yes, she thought the Superbowl was last week… but to her credit- so did her husband!)
For more recipe ideas get your own “Game Day” Online Cookbook!
And lastly, we would love to hear what you are serving for your party! What deals have you found, and what are you making from scratch?
I am sure it would help all of us who are still undecided about our Superbowl Menu!